Live in Field Report

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Independent University, Bangladesh

Live-In-Field Experience (LFE-201)
Spring 2012
Venue: Rural Development Academy, Bogra

Topic: Health and Medical Service
Submitted by,
Name: Md. Badi-Uz-Zaman
ID: 0920449
Group: 20
Submission Date

14 march 2012

School of Business

Letter of Transmittal

Dear Sir

I am pleased to present you the LFE report for “Spring 2012”. It includes all the findings and observation throughout the whole study of Uttar Maria, Thana Sherpur, and District Bogra.
This report is provided as required for the fulfillment of this course.

Yours Sincerely

Mr. Badi-Uz-Zaman
ID: 0920449
March 14, 2012

Acknowledgement
At first, we would like to thank the Almighty Allah for giving us the patience and the ability to work hard. The success of this report depends on the contribution of a number of people, especially those who take the time to share their thoughtful guidance and suggestions to improve this report.
I would like to thank Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) for having such a wonderful and unique course through which I got the chance to learn and experience about the rural
Bangladesh. For making this program a successful one, I would like to thank Prof. M, Omar
Rahman (Vice Chancellor of IUB) for his excellence support. We are thankful to our faculty members-Haroonuzzaman and Dr. Towhid Bin Muzaffar who were very helpful throughout the LFE. Their encouragement; guidance and support from first day to the final day enable us to develop an understanding of the subject.
We are thankful to all persons who were there with us, our faculty members and teachers from RDA. We are also thankful that, we got some help from the villagers of Uttar Maria.
Lastly, we offer our regards and blessings to all of those who supported us in any aspect during the completion of the project.
A thank goes to all the…...

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